in the first Episode Lucie and Sam ramble around Totnes blabbering on about Macrobiotic stuff plus a few personal stories from students on their 3rd year of study at the International School of Macrobiotics and a few interviews via the food stalls at Totnes Saturday Market including a tasty segment on the sour dough process which includes some top secret behind the scenes tips. Topic: Macrobiotics totnes nutrition food wellbeing counciling
Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Network, talks about an international movement of community-led response to climate change, resource depletion and fossil fuels.Â Â Embraced by communities inÂ Â 34 countries, including 130 (so far) in the US, the Transition model provides a sustainableÂ Â blueprint for communities learning to grow their own food, generate their own power, build their own homes with local materials and develop their own local economy through resilience to a... Topics: Rob Hopkins, Transition Towns, Totnes, Tidings from Hazel Kahan, WPKN
Fortnightly film ramble around Totnes with Sam and Dean on Soundart Radio from 5pm-6pm http://www.soundartradio.org.uk/ podcasts of all previous shows available here http://www.deaddeanfilms.co.uk/Sam-Dean-s-Film-Ramble Topic: Sam and Dean's film ramble sound art radio totnes
The all new radio show for the Totnes community featuring news, views and music from the area. The first show kicks off with live music from Nicky Swann, news from the new Dartington Primary School and the launch of the TQ9 Breakfast competition as we search for the best English Brekkie in TQ9. Topics: Totnes, Radio, News, TQ9, Devon, Dartington, David, Parsley, Dave, Jackson, Soundart, Radio
Totnes in South Devon is where the rapidly growing 'transition town' movement began. Transition towns are a response to the problem of resource depletion, peak oil and climate change and embrace the practical and more esoteric aspects of changing lifestyles and mindsets. Totnes and the surrounding countryside - like many rural areas - remain heavily reliant on car travel. What can be done to get more people on bicycles in the countryside? Is cycling a viable rural alternative to the internal... Topics: totnes, transition towns, peak oil, sustainability, permaculture, cycle maintenance, bicycle, bike
At the Dartington Morris Ring Meeting in Totnes on Sunday September 7th 2008, we witnessed the handover of the staff of office for the Morris Ring Squire. The retiring Squire was Paul Reece (2006-8) of Thaxted Morris Men, the new Squire is Brian Tasker (2008-10) of Hartley Morris Men and Castleford Sword. In the video you see this ceremony, with a commentary from Bob Cross (Squire for 2004-6): firstly, Paul dances his jig; secondly, Paul rejoins his own side for a dance; thirdly, Brian dances... Topics: morris dance, morris ring, folklore, ceremony, Totnes, Paul Reece, Brian Tasker
Callum Stewart and Louis Clayton, two sixth form students in Devon, have come together to make almost regular podcasts about whatever they think of. In series 2 we bring you fantastic tunes amongst tidbits of humour. Podcasts aim to be out on Friday, but we're not always able to do so. We hope you enjoy them and feel free to leave a review! Topics: pepper, podcasts, podcast, lolcats, lol, cats, callum, stewart, louis, clayton, devon, totnes,...
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Published by the Devonshire Association Book digitised by Google from the library of Princeton University Topics: Devon England, Totnes, Folklore, Climate, Geology, Maritime history, Entomology, History of...
All eight candidates fighting for the Totnes vote battle it out for their seat in the House of Commons at the Totnes Civic Hall. Chaired by David Parsley, the candidates answer questions from the audience. Recorded on Tuesday 13th April 2010 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Totnes, General Election, Totnes Election Debate, 2010, BNP, Conservative, Liberal Democrats,...
An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to Jock, Lee O'Connor, Dom Reardon and John Spelling about making comics in Totnes. Topics: Resonance 104.4 FM, Lenny Zero, 2000AD, City of Abacus, Panel Borders, Alex Fitch, Jock, Lee... Source: Resonance FM
Recorded at St John's Hall, Totnes, Devon, UK on 19-7-2014 evening. Baba- Vocals Harmonium, Mahadevaji- Vocals kartals, Shyamji- Mrdanga, Shadananda - kartals and Gurupad on acoustic guitar Topics: sri raman bihari das babaji, dadaji, gaudiya, maharaja, vaisnava, kirtan, hare krishna, radha,...
Recorded on Friday evening 25-7-2014 at the Shekinashram, Glastonbury UK near the end of Baba and party's UK tour 2014. Elahn Kesava, Radhe and others hold a regular Friday evening kirtan at this retreat centre. Many spiritual events are held here throughout the year.shekinashram.org Topics: sri raman bihari das babaji, dadaji, gaudiya, maharaja, vaisnava, kirtan, hare krishna, radha,...
An episode of Panel Borders - Alex Fitch talks to writer Sam Gardner and artists Jake Rowlinson and Lee O Connor about Sioux Warrior and to Babak Ganjei about Hilarious Consequences. Topics: Panel Borders, Resonance 104.4 FM, Totnes, Bristol Expo, Alex Fitch, talks, writer, Sam Gardner,... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM